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The unreasonableness of infidelity; manifested in four discourses .. (1655)



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Author: Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691
Subject: Christianity
Publisher: London, Printed by R.W. for T. Underhill, and for F. Tyton
Language: English
Call number: mfm. dup 0008
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Fisher - University of Toronto
Collection: thomasfisher; microfilm; toronto; additional_collections
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Each discourse has special t.p.: (1) A determination of this question, whether the miraculous works of Christ and his disciples, do oblige those to believe who never saw them? ... (2) Christs witness within vs ... (3) For prevention of the unpardonable sin against the Holy-Ghost ... (4) The arrogancy of reason against divine revelations repressed ..

Discourses 2 and 4 have imprint: London, Printed by T.N. for T. Underhill

Wing B1446, B1240, B1269, B1192

RBSC copy: With microfilm duplicate (mfm. dup. 0008)

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